9781857445237

Easy Guide to the Queen's Gambit Accepted

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  • ISBN13:

    9781857445237

  • ISBN10:

    1857445236

  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 1999-01-01
  • Publisher: Everyman Chess
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Summary

Now, for the first time, this book uncovers the secrets behind an opening which has become a firm favourite amongst many of today's top players. This book covers all of White's major responses.

Author Biography

Graeme Buckley caused quite a stir in his first year as a professional player, securing his International Master title in a matter of months, quickly followed by his first grandmaster norm. More recently he has also been involved in some major coaching projects. In 1996 he was manager of the English youth team, who achieved the impressive double of winning both the Glorney and Faber Cups.

Table of Contents

The Queen's Gambit Accepted is one of Black's most trustworthy and yet dynamic ways of facing the Queen's Pawn Opening. Black immediately accepts the invitation to open the position, leading to positions rich in positional and tactical complexity. Now, for the first time, Graeme Buckley uncovers the secrets behind the opening which ahs become a firm favourite amongst many of today's top players. Cadogan's new Easy Guide series represents a new approach to chess opening books: just enough detail and just enough explanation to enable readers to play an opening with confidence, without months of memorizing theory-the easy way to master a chess opening. Graeme Buckley caused quite a stir in his first year as a professional player, securing his International Master title in a matter of months, quickly followed by his first grandmaster norm. More recently he has also been involved in some major coaching projects. In 1996 he was manager of the English youth team, who achieved the impressive double of winning both the Glomey and Faber Cups. (5 11/16' X 8 1/4', 128 pages, illustrations)

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